Boomerang Travel

Contrary to what you might think, “boomerang travel” is not a phrase to describe a trip to Australia. (I haven’t been to that country—though I would love to visit.) Boomerang travel is a phrase I am adapting from Kate Bowler—historian, theologian, and author of a memoir entitled, Everything Happens for a Reason (And Other Lies … Continue reading Boomerang Travel

Disorientation as Life Practice (Part 2 – When Things Fall Apart)

When I began this blog a few months ago, I proudly (even a bit self-righteously) proclaimed that the best travel is about “disorientation” and that it is a life practice we should welcome. You can see my original blog post here. It is true that I can look back fondly on many experiences of travel … Continue reading Disorientation as Life Practice (Part 2 – When Things Fall Apart)